Fulton, Charles William Thomas, 1906-1988

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Fulton, Charles William Thomas, 1906-1988

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  • Fulton, C. W. T. (Charles William Thomas), 1906-1988
  • Fulton, Charlie

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Charles Fulton was born in Sydney in 1906. In 1933 he settled in Brisbane and was employed by his brother in law, Harold Cook of Hall and Cook. In 1934 he formed a partnership with John Patrick Donoghue. That partnership dissolved in 1946 and he formed a new practice with James Musgrave Collin and Aubrey Job under the name Job Collin & Fulton which operated from 1946 to 1956. From 1961 to 1966 he was a partner in Fulton Collin Boys Gilmour Trotter & Partners and then from 1966 to 1981 he was a partner in Fulton Collin & Partners. As well as having several of his works listed on the Queensland Heritage Register, Charlie Fulton also taught architecture for over 30 years with at the Brisbane Central Technical College (later the Queensland University of Technology). He died in 1988.


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Revised, Linda Justo, 2020




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